Online Graduate Programs From Baylor UniversityAdvance Your Education at an Acclaimed Texas Institution
As the oldest continuously operating university in Texas, Baylor University has established itself as a leading institution for interdisciplinary research and education. Since opening its doors in 1845, Baylor has remained a pioneering force, introducing programs that are the first of their kind in the state, integrating Christian values into emerging fields, and energizing collaboration among a diverse student community.
Now, that commitment continues through Baylor’s graduate degree online offerings through the School of Education, the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences, and the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work.
Doctor of Education (EdD) in Learning and Organizational Change
Delivered online by the Baylor University School of Education’s Department of Curriculum & Instruction, the EdD in Learning and Organizational Change prepares educational leaders and other working professionals to systematically drive organizational change in higher education, K-12 schools and systems, private and nonprofit firms, and government organizations.
The application deadline for the upcoming term is February 25, 2019. The next cohort for the EdD in Learning and Organizational Change will begin classes on May 6, 2019.
See what it takes to join our community of faith-based organizational leaders. View our EdD admissions and application requirements.
Master of Public Health
Delivered by the Baylor University Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences, the MPH online program prepares compassionate public health advocates to serve populations locally and globally by promoting health and wellness and improving quality of life. The program offers a specialization in Community Health.
The application deadline for the upcoming semester is February 4, 2019. The inaugural MPH@Baylor cohort will begin classes in April 2019.
Join our community of principled, service-oriented public health advocates. View our MPH admissions and application requirements.
Master of Social Work
Delivered by Baylor University’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, the MSW online program prepares aspiring social work professionals to serve vulnerable populations worldwide and address injustice from a strengths-based perspective. The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
The application deadline for the upcoming semester is March 4, 2019. The inaugural MSW@Baylor cohort will begin classes in summer 2019.
Join our community of passionate supporters for social justice. View our MSW admissions and application requirements.
Learning Online at Baylor University
At the core of the Baylor community is a network of caring, values-driven leaders working together to achieve great things. Our online campus facilitates close interactions between peers and faculty, helping students forge lasting personal and professional relationships.
Students in Baylor’s online programs attend weekly videoconference classes, access engaging coursework and social networking tools, and participate in real-world, in-person experiences focused on service.
Baylor University offers online graduate programs in a variety of disciplines. Visit our online program page for a comprehensive list.
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Take the next step toward adding your unique voice to the Baylor community. Request more information now about the online graduate program of your choice.